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Juneau is the capital of the State of Alaska, and the second-largest city in the United States in terms of total area. This picturesque Alaskan city is beautifully landscaped with its epic glaciers, lush forests, mighty rivers and majestic mountains. Juneau’s truly incredible glaciers which are existing for thousands of years have become the biggest attractions for tourists from around the world. The wealth of natural beauty and great outdoors such as glacier sightseeing, fishing, whale watching, ziplining, rafting and kayaking makes Juneau a paradise for tourists.

Book cheap flights to Juneau from FlyOfinder today and look forward to unforgettable adventures and escapades. Make the most of your Alaskan getaway with a wealth of cultural attractions including myriad events, festivals, art galleries, museums, historical sites, and excellent local shopping options!

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Juneau International Airport

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June to August

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September to April

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Top Attractions in Juneau

Mendenhall Glacier: The 13-miles-long glacier Mendenhall Glacier is located 12 miles away from Downtown Juneau, and is simply panoramic. Begin your visit from the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center, situated on the lakeshore, from where you can get fascinating view over the glacier. You can also consider rafting and kayaking tours as well on the cold lake.  

Glacier Bay National Park: Glacier Bay National Park covers an area of more than 3 million acres, with Alaska’s famous Inside Passage being a prominent highlight here. Soak up awesome scenery with secluded fjords, temperate rainforests, majestic glaciers, and a rugged coastline. Tourists visit here to see orca, minke and humpback whales, and enjoy wildlife-watching such as sea birds, mountain goats, wolves, bears and moose.

Alaska State Museum: The Alaska State Museum in Downtown Juneau showcases above 25,000 historical exhibits providing a fascinating glimpse into Alaska’s history and rich multicultural heritage. The exhibits here include mining and Gold Rush remains representing American history, artifacts from the Russian colonial era, and ivory collection of native Eskimos.

The small, coastal city of Juneau is only accessible by air or sea. Despite the city being remotely located, it continues to attract tourists and adventurers in a big way to see its natural attractions. Other important places of tourist interest worth exploring here include Nugget Falls, Tracy Arm Fjord, Tongass National Forest, Sawyer Glaciers, Eaglecrest Ski Area, Thunder Mountain, Gastineau Channel, Chilkat Mountains, Mendenhall Valley, Bartlett Cove, Mount Roberts Tramway, Alaska Native Art Gallery, Macaulay Salmon Hatchery, Sheldon Jackson Museum, Russian Orthodox Church, Last Chance Mining Museum, State Capitol Building and Juneau-Douglas City Museum.

Top Airlines flying to Juneau

Alaska Airlines: Top routes served by Alaska Airlines from Juneau include Sitka (SIT), Gustavus (GST), Seattle (SEA), Anchorage (ANC) and Portland (PDX)
American Airlines: Top routes served by American Airlines from Juneau include Seattle (SEA), Dallas (DFW), Philadelphia (PHL), Chicago (ORD) and Los Angeles (LAX)
Delta Air Lines: Top routes served by Delta Air Lines from Juneau include Phoenix (PHX), Newark (EWR), Spokane (GEG), Seattle (SEA) and Amsterdam (AMS)
Korean Air: Top routes served by Korean Air from Juneau include Tokyo (NRT), Bangkok (BKK), Manila (MNL), Seattle (SEA) and Seoul (SEL)

Getting Around in Juneau

Juneau is America’s only capital city which can’t be reached by car. The only road here ends at a small boat ramp right into the Berners Bay. The natives and tourists in Juneau either travel by a plane or a ferry. Other modes of transportation include Inside Passage cruises and the Alaska Marine Highway State Ferry system.

Travel Tips to Juneau

  • Summer daytime temperature highs can be above 75 F to lows of 60 F
  • Juneau experiences 230 days of precipitation, and rain can be expected at any time during your stay
  • June 21 is the year’s longest day, and is of 18 hours and 18 minutes
  • December 21 is the shortest day of the year, and is of 6 hours 21 minutes
  • The winters in Juneau are quite dark, while the summers in the city are light
  • When in Juneau always keep dressed in layers. Remember that the warmest sunny day can be rainy and cold. Pack fleece, sweatshirt or t-shirt with a waterproof outer layer. Also, your footwear should also be waterproof and sturdy
Frequently Asked Questions

You can get cheap airline tickets to Juneau when booking at least 43 days in advance prior to your planned departure date.

Juneau International Airport is located at a distance of seven (7) miles from the central Juneau.

The first flight from Juneau departs at 5:20 am, and is operated by Alaska Airlines.

The last flight by Alaska Airlines departs to Haines from Juneau airport at 10:23 pm.

Haines is the most popular route served from Juneau, with a total of 1,453 flights per week.

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